I didn’t star very many posts this week – things have been a bit crazy, but here we go! Hope you guys are having an awesome weekend!
Congratulations to Young and Thrifty on selling her blog – that is such exciting news!
Christa at MomVesting wrote about the common misconception that the stock market is scary. I certainly agree with her that knowledge is power!
Sam at Financial Samurai explained why an Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM) is more logical than the fixed rate mortgage. I chose a 7/1 ARM for my previous condo deal and will probably end up going with an ARM again when I purchase another place.
Mike at Oblivious Investor answered the question “Is It Safer to Use Multiple Fund Companies?”
Emily at Evolving PF explained how their car targeted savings account works. This sounds so similar to my spending plan system, but she explained it far better than I ever could :)
Kathryn posted a video explaining the #1 thing you forget to ask when buying a condo. I absolutely love her purple wall!!!
Well Heeled Blog talks about “committing (or not committing) to financial independence as a goal”. It is definitely a goal for me and I would love to be FI in ~< 10 years. I think that the math is still a bit fuzzy at this point, but I’m working my way there. [site is gone, so took the link down]
Mochi and Macarons asked if single women are too successful and intelligent to find love.